The Semara Resorts Group has announced that its landmark Balinese property Villa Gaja Putih will now be known as Semara Beach House.
To celebrate the new name, Semara is offering money-saving rates until March 31, 2017, where holidaymakers can enjoy the stunning seven bedroom estate from USD 1980 ++ per night or from as little as USD 124 ++ per person per night.
The offer includes airport arrival transfers, the use of a car and driver for eight hours per day, fully staffed villa with chefs and butlers from 7am to 10pm daily at platinum membership to Finns Recreation Club.
Comfortably accommodating up to 22 persons, the expansive Semara Beach House is located on absolute beachfront at Pantai Berawa (Berawa Beach), just 2km from the legendary Potato Head Beach Club and 3km from Ku De Ta in vibrant Seminyak.
Semara Beach House features seven spacious bedrooms all with private ensuite open-air bathrooms, air conditioning and ceiling fans. Most bathrooms have double vanity sinks, double showers, a large bathtub, and bidets and each bedroom has at least one glass wall overlooking the ocean or gardens of the property. The villa can have eight bedrooms when converting the property’s media room to a bedroom.
One of the few absolute beachfront properties in the Canggu/Seminyak precinct, the prestigious villa is set amongst a traditional Balinese village and retains large expanses of picturesque rice fields.
Spacious and secluded, it has become a popular haven of relaxation for the rich and famous the world over and is an idyllic venue for group holidays, weddings, anniversaries, special celebrations, corporate retreats and events.
Bali’s premier sports and entertainment venue, the Finns Recreation Club, is just a five minute stroll away, featuring the island’s best fitness centre with lap pool, sports ground and three tennis courts, plus trampoline centre, waterpark, tenpin bowling, Body
Temple Spa, sports bar, kids club, member lounge, multiple restaurants and more.
Director of sales and marketing for Semara Resorts Group, Kelly Sturgeon, said the renaming coincided with recent improvements to the property including new wedding facilities and landscaping.
“Semara has proudly managed the iconic villa since 2013 and we thought it only fitting that it should now carry the name synonymous with the most exclusive, luxury holiday and event experiences Bali has to offer,’’ she said.